Feature interview with Antonio Nucci: chief technology officer of narus, winner of the "CTO of the year"

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Dr. Antonio Nucci is the chief technology officer of Narus and is responsible for setting the company's direction with respect to technology and innovation. He oversees the entire technology innovation lifecycle, including incubation, research, and prototyping. He also is responsible for ensuring a smooth transition to engineering for final commercialization. Antonio has published more than 100 technical papers and has been awarded 38 U.S. patents. He authored a book, "Design, Measurement and Management of Large-Scale IP Networks Bridging the Gap Between Theory and Practice", in 2009 on advanced network analytics. In 2007 he was recognized for his vision and contributions with the prestigious Infoworld CTO Top 25 Award. In 2013, Antonio was honored by InfoSecurity Products Guide's 2013 Global Excellence Awards as "CTO of the Year" and Gold winner in the "People Shaping Info Security" category. He served as a technical lead member of the Enduring Security Framework (ESF) initiative sponsored by various U.S. agencies to produce a set of recommendations, policies, and technology pilots to better secure the Internet (Integrated Network Defense). He is also a technical advisor for several venture capital firms. Antonio holds a Ph.D. in computer science, and master's and bachelor's degrees in electrical engineering from Politecnico di Torino, Italy.

DOI: 10.1145/2567561.2567571

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@article{Mellia2013FeatureIW, title={Feature interview with Antonio Nucci: chief technology officer of narus, winner of the "CTO of the year"}, author={Marco Mellia}, journal={Computer Communication Review}, year={2013}, volume={44}, pages={53-55} }